Chris Stamps had one of his best games of the season last Friday night in a 30-0 blanking of Natchez. Stamps rarely sees the ball thrown to his side, but last Friday he snagged an interception and made a pair or tackles. Warren Central (4-0) has allowed just 12 points on the season. The Vikings play Northwest Rankin this week.
Fletcher Adams had a season high 16 tackles against Northwest Rankin last week in a 27-6 win. Brandon (3-1) will take on Terry this week.
Mark McLaurin continued his strong play in a 24-6 win over Lawrence County. McLaurin had a 50 yard touchdown reception to go along with an interception and two pass deflections. Collins (3-2) will travel to Seminary this weekend.
Malik Dear continues to make his case for Jackson metro player of the year. Dear scored three touchdowns last weekend in a 34-16 win over Forest Hill. The Mustangs (5-0) will play Greenville this Friday.
Cameron Myers led Oak Grove to a 42-28 win over Hattiesburg in the Hub City Classic 42-28 last week. Oak Grove (3-0) will host Forest Hill this week.
Jamal Peters had a 38 yard pass reception to go along with a pair of tackles and pass break ups in a 48-8 win over Hazlehurst. Bassfield (3-1) will host Jackson Prep in a rematch against the only team they lost to a season ago.
Tommy Champion and Callaway earned their first win of the 2014 campaign last week in a 24-18 win over Jim Hill. The Chargers (1-4) travel to Germantown this week.
Maurice Smitherman and Minor got by Jackson-Olin 40-16 to even their record at 2-2. MHS will travel to Gardendale this week.
Justin Johnson and Hoover rolled to their third straight win with a 56-6 shelling of Thompson. The sledding should be a little more difficult this week as rival Spain Park hosts the Bucs Friday night.
Keith Mixon scored on a three yard TD run as Shades Valley blew out Woodlawn 49-13. SVHS (5-0) will enjoy a bye week this week.
In a battle of Bulldog commitments, Nick Gibson ran wild, but Kendell Jones and his team from Clay-Chalkville got the win 45-35 over Pinson Valley. Gibson had over 200 all purpose yards and four touchdowns.
Pinson Valley (2-3) will host McAdory, while Clay-Chalkville (5-0) will host Center Point.
Darren McNair and Trinity Catholic saw their second game in four weeks canceled. Moore Haven forfeited the game to several injuries on the team. TC (3-0) will take on Clearwater Central Catholic this week.
Nick Tiano was 11 for 20 for 208 yards and a score in a 38-7 win over Pope John Paul II. Baylor (5-0) are off this week.
Harrison Moon and Signal Mountain improved their record to (5-0) with a 70-14 thrashing of Grundy County. Bradley County will look to challenge Signal Mountain this week.
Jonnas Spivey was 7 for 11 for 92 yards passing, ran for 94 yards and recorded three tackles in Bay Springs loss to Philadelphia 19-7. BHS (4-1) will travel to Quitman this week.
Trey Derouen and Parkview fell to 2-2 after a 13-7 loss to Grayson. PHS will look to back on track as they host Archer this week.
Kentavious Thomas ran for three touchdowns, but Baldwin High fell to Thomasville 19-18. BHS (2-2) host Upson Lee this weekend.
Dontea Jones had a handful of grabs, but was kept out of the end zone in a 43-20 loss to Columbus. The Wildcats (2-3) take on Kosciusko this week.
Keith Joseph Jr. and Pascagoula lost to D'iberville 21-10 last week. PHS (2-2) will take on West Harrison this week.
Farrod Green and Wesson saw their record dip back under .500 after a 50-0 loss to North Pike. The Cobras (2-3) will travel to Salem this week in search of win number three.
Tim Washington and Yazoo City (2-0) will take on Greenwood this week.
Alec Murphy and Nixa continue to have a tough go of it. Nixa fell to 1-4 after last weeks 47-7 setback against Webb City. NHS will take on Neosha in an effort to get back on track.
Deddrick Thomas and Central High lost their second game in a row as East High got the better of Central 30-6 last week. CHS (3-2) will take on Manassas this week.
Chason Virgil was 19 for 29 with 287 yards and 4 TDs in last week's 51-7 beat down of Red Oak. West Mesquite will take on South Garland tonight.
On the season, Virgil has thrown 13 touchdowns and zero interceptions.